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1916: Supervisor Zeb Knott of Richmond, indicted on a charge he accepted money from the owner of a roadhouse on San Pablo Avenue in the Stege community, to help in securing a liquor license and in preventing the supervisors from passing an ordinance that would have forbidden aliens from working in saloons. The complaint was lodged by the Italian consul in San Francisco on behalf of the owner.

“Jurors Indict Supervisor of Contra Costa,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 11, 1916, page 5

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